A French diplomatic source said today, Thursday, that there will be strict measures if Iran continues its nuclear violations.
In addition, he added that the United States expressed its willingness during today’s meeting Thursday to speak with Iran at a meeting. A subscriber to the five-plus-one group, which includes the permanent members of the Security Council and Germany.
The source added that if Iran continues to suspend the additional protocol that gives the International Atomic Energy Agency the authority to surprise inspections, there will be a “severe reaction.”
The British Foreign Office issued a statement saying that its Foreign Minister and his French, German and American counterparts, today, Thursday, stressed that it must be strengthened The nuclear agreement in consultation with the countries of the region, and the need for Iran to strictly adhere to the nuclear agreement as a condition for Washington’s return to negotiations.
The European trio and the United States expressed their common core security interest in adhering to the nuclear non-proliferation regime and ensuring Iran’s inability to develop Absolutely nuclear weapons. ”
The ministers also expressed their“ common concern about Iran’s recent moves For the latter to produce uranium enriched to up to 20 percent and uranium mineral. ”
The Group of Three countries and the United States affirmed their common goal of Iran returning to full compliance with its obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
“We will do the same.”
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken emphasized that, if Iran returned to strict compliance with its obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the United States would do the same and are It is ready to enter into discussions with Iran to this end.
In this context, the Group of Three countries and the United States called on Iran not to take any additional steps, particularly with regard to suspending the Additional Protocol and any restrictions on verification activities. The International Atomic Energy Agency in Iran.